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THE SCI? ANTON TPIBTJNE THURSDAY MORNING.' JULY 19, 1S94; ASE BALL AHentown literally Snowed Under Three-base Cits and Borne Runs. KING KELLY NOT IN IT AT ALL Lancaster Succumbs to Pottsville, Reading to Harrisburg and Phila delphia to Hazloton Standingof the Clubs Schedule for Today Na tional and Eastern League Results. Glints from the Diamonds Bicycle Notes. CKANTON'S victory rTTTTrlV ver AHentown yes over AHentown yes torday oud the loss 4jX'ifAVY caster to Pottfivill-, Z 'HhV euBblod the home tenin to become the solo poasmor of secnnd pluce, while Pottsvillo forces Lanouster into fourth place, itself moving tip into third position. Iiuzle ton ecd Ilarriaburjf were the other winners of Stati Iciiuue games yester day, both clnuj still remnioing a tie for firth place. Ruadltijr and PhiUdel phln bring ap tbe rear iu the order miiofd. Should Scrunton dnplicate her ef forts of yesterday, she will he n tie for first place with Alleutown. The following table Rives ths per. centimes of the clubs, tbo nuinbsr of Karnes won ami lost by each club, and their standing in the league nico: Won. Lost. PerC't. AHentown 7 Hrrantou I) PuttHVillo S LHtKjHdter fl lliizleton 4 Iinrrublirg 4 Keailiiig 3 1 biliulelphm 1 .778 Ml .'J" ,f,.-5 .444 .444 .:U5 .111 SCIIKDIT.E KCTS TODAY. AHentown at Scran ton. Philadelphia at Hazlnton. HarrUbnrg nt tieading, I Pottsville at l,nncn?ter. A GAME OF HEW HITTING. Ths Air Wa. Full of Rain and L.ath.r at the Ball Park. ' There was more hard hitting in yes terday's ((titne between Scrunton and AHentown than there would be in sevrl ordinary ganifR. Kilioy Wf ut in the box for AHentown ami proved to be just the kind of a mitt) Koran ton wanted. Wetzel, the first bnt-mun. opened tip on him with a three-bus" hit k'to left field, Hogan following witu a lioms run in the same direction. Patcben bit the ball to Sum Wine nud v.' as thrown out to Kelly at first, and then Massey got in a three hit, which also went into left field. Phebni was retired on a fly to Wood in left fie 1 ii iind Staltz from Wise to Kelly That miiilw three runs that Hernnton biid scored in tho first and the 1,200 spectators became very en -tliiisliic. Wood opened tin firoworka for the visitors with attire base hit into lft field, scoring ou a single by Wise. The latter wa-) caught napping at first, Kelly flied out to Wetzel and Jtct'oach etruclt out. MORE HARD niTTINO Rogers was the first man to take a position at the plate in t lio second , and made a three buss lilt. Westlake singied and Flanaghan sacrificed. Wet Zil singled, Uogan struck out and then Patcktiu aud Mux-toy fonud the bull for eitiirles. tli climax coming with Phvlun's home run. Stalls got his base on bulla and Rogers fiied out to Wise. Six additioniil runs had been added to Scnnton's score. In Allentown's bait of the second Mulvey flind out, Milligan banged the sphere lor two bases and Cotello went out from Westlak to fiiats-'v. Sweon ey's single was offwt by Kilroy, who struck ont. At this point it began to rain and the players had to seek sbflter for noine time. After five tniuntes the rain censed nud the players again went on the field and Weatlalre made a two base hit. Before Flanaghan could con nect wit. ii the ball the rain again be gan to descend. This time play bail j to be suspended for almost half an ' hour. DIAMOND VERY MIDDY. When the rain parsed off and the Stin again shone through the clouds the diamond was covered with a thick, paste-like mud and the outfield was l.nt little better, Sawdust was liber ally applied to grounds bnt was of lit tle service. Nevertheless play was re sumed, but the remainder of the gains was tame and spiritless, although n, r l;ed by be, ivy hitting. Bii-e running was uot attempted, nnd hilH that ordinarily would hava netted two or tlir-frt bases went down as singles. In the fourth Kelly sent Kil roy to first aud went in the box and pitched the remainder of the game himself. He was somewhat more sue css'til with the sphere than his prede cessor bad been. The score; , SCU ANTON K. II. Wet-.nl, s. s 8 3 Uogan, c, f 3 S Patcben, c. Ii II Mammy, lb !1 3 Pbelan, 3b. 5 4 Staltz, 1. f 8 3 Rogers, r. f 3 t Weitlake, 3b a 4 Fianaguan, p 1 2 Totals 23 27 ALLENTOWN. it. it. Wood, If 8 8 Wise, 2b 1 2 Kelly, lb 0 'i McC'oacb, cf 0 1 Mnlvey.Bb. 0 2 Mulligan, o 1 1 Costello, rf, c 0 0 Sweeney, ss. 1 1 Kilroy, p, lb 1 B Donoghne, r.f 0 0 P.O. A. E. it 1 1 4 0 0 4 1 u 7 1 0 1 1 0 4 0 1 0 0 0 1 C 0 0 1(1 24 10 2 pa a. . 2 II 0 4 4 2 5 0 0 1 U 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 4 2 0 1 4 1 H 1 2 2 0 1 24 13 8 Totals 7 Scrauton 3 6 0 AHentown 1 1 1 0 4-2.1 10-7 Earned runs fjcran ton, 14; AHentown, 4. Two Oase nits Hocan, mtchen. Hoe era, Westlake, Wood, Milligan. Three base bits Wetzel, Massoy. KoKers, Wood' Home runs Hoean, Phelan. Btolen bases Wetzel, Westlake, Hweeney. Dou bts plays sweeney to Wise to Kilroy. trncK ont ncraoton, 2; Aiientown, 4, First base on balls Horanton. 8: Alton- town, 8. Time-2.05. Umpire Corcoran. OTHER STATE LEAGUE RESULTS. At Hazleton Hozleton 0 02rj00O20 Philadelphia.. 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0- Hits-Hazleton, 8; Philadelphia, 4. Er rors Haxletou, 1; Philadelphia, 1. Bat' terieg Fee aud Moore; Callihun aud Roth At Reading Readlug 2 0910008 0-7 Harrlrburg....O 12 14 111 X-ll Hits Rending. 10; Harrisburg, 19. Er terles Rhoads, Johnson aud Goodbart; Hprogol aud Unlink. At Laucaster?- Lancaster S 300000006 Pottsville 3 0 0 0 1 7 0 5 x-10 Hits -Lancaster, 7; PotMvllls, 13. Er rors Lancaster, 5; Pottsville, 2. flatter iesMayer and Cote; Clair and Digging. NATIONAL LEASUc RESULTS. At New York Washimrtou...n 0110003 04 New York.... 2 0000002 1-6 Hits Washington, 8: New York, 8. Er rors Washington, 3; New York. I. Bat teries Mercer and McUuIre; Meeklu and Fm-rell, Umpire Kuialia. At l'.altiinuio Rrooklyu 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 Baltimore 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 Hits Brooklyn, 4; Baltimore, 10. 0- 2 0- 0 Er- Hat- rors brook ly u, 1; Baltimore, 5. teries (Juderwood and Klnalow; Uawk and Kolnneoii, Umpire Mcyuald. At Philadelphia Boston 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 Pbiladelohia..O U 0 0 3 0 0 3 2- 0 0- 5 Hits-Hostou, 13; Philadelphia, 7. Er rors Uostoii, 2; Philadelphia, 1. Bat teris Nichols and Kyan; Webying aud Buckley. Umpire Campbell. At Cincinnati Cleveland 8 0 4 0 0 2 0 0 0-9 Ciucluunti ....0 1 100000 8-4 U its-Cleveland. 14; Cincinnati, 8. Errors-Cleveland, 1; Cincinnati, 3. Hatter is Young and Ziiniuer; Cauiberlaiu and Vaughu. Umpire (tilt uey. At St. Louis G inniugs. Pittsburg 0 0 0 0 fit. 1,01118 0 0 8 0 Hits-Pittaburg, K; St. Loui, 6. 0 2-2 0 0-3 Errors Pittsburg, 0: fit. Louis, 3. Hattories (iuuitiert aud Muck; Hawloy aud Peitz. Umpire Hnrst. At Chicago Louisville 0 0 0 Chicago 0 2 0 Hit -Louisville, fi; 0 0 8 1 0 0-4 0 1 1 4 0 0- b Chicago, 1'3. Er ror Louisville, 4; CliioaKo, 3. batteries Wadsworth and (Him; Terry and Hchri ver. Umoire Cnshman. EASTERN LEAGUE. At Sprlngfleld-Erio, B; Springfield, 8. At Syracuse Syracuse, 11; Wilkes Barre, 4. At Troy Troy, 1C; Bingbamton, 11. At Providence Provideuce, 7; Buffalo, 4. GLINTS FROM THE DIAMOND. In tho second inning yenorday Pitcher Flaimglian was preseuied with a large bouquet by W. A. St. John, president of the llase Ball association. Milligan refused to play after the rain yesterday and Costello came in from right held and did the baek.Htup work for Allen luwn for the roinainiler uf the game. Douohue took Costello's place in right. The James Bovs of Pine Brook accept the challenge of tbe Hiixtleis of Hyde Park. Uame to be plaved on the James Boya erouuds on tbo at 2: iO. John Miillarky, captain; Bill Browu, manager. There's a pretty row down iu St. Louis now. Ueorgo Milier has virtually told Vou der Abe to take his clnh and go to Jeriebo. lie midget baa reelt-ued too captaincy; Hreitenstein wouldn't go into the box Monday uutil be received a month's back nay aud Slintivt wouldn't put on his uul- orm until bis grievances wore appeased. It was ropoi teti ou the grounds yester iiy afternoon that Kelly had plaved out lie game after the rain yesterday under rotent. v lieu seen last un;Ut at the St. diaries tho king denied that he would protest tbe K-une. He said he played ont tbe game Decanse he did not want tbe lo cal association to lone anything ou ac- onnt of the ram. Dirtv ball uever pays the one (tuilty of it," said Umpire Charlie Snyder to tbe writer tbe other day. "It nl ways recoils on ue plaver attempting it. Third Hasoniau Dowse, of tbe Biillnlos.tieems too much in- lined that way and during the j'.rle Denes avH more thau one samplo of it. 1 nave heard Heveral men in tbe opposing tenmi say they had it iu for Dowse. This is not li mit more thau natural. The law of re- ili.itiou is as just iu base bull as else where. If Dowse would pay more ntten- ion to tbe game itself, it wonld profit him more peimjimily, as ue is really a good player either nt third base or behind the bat." Buffalo Times. PIGEON FLYING MATCH. Arrane.d Eetven. Birds Owa.d b7 Ty son and Pleica. A mhtch for 425 ii si e has been ar- tiuged between the homing pigeons owned by John Tyson and Christopher Pierco, of Peckville. It will take place on August 11 The buds will be liberated on the Lackawanna avenue briuire iu this city ud will fly to (Jessy Island at Oly- pbant. Uaorge Cooper is slakeholder and deposit of a side has already been ui:a with him. MITCH GtMF. OF HAND BALL. . Will Be Played la Ryan. Court This Afternoon. A game of band ball for $50 a side will be played 'this afternoon in the court in the roar of Ryan's hotel on Ca pnuse avenue between the JlcLfan irotbers . of the South Side and llic- y, of Pine Urook and Rickaby, of Old Forgo. The contact promises to ue very inter estiug aud is attracting much atten tion. ECHOES FROM MANY TIRES. A comfortable saddle is always desiraWe, and it is ot'Mnin-i better to retain one's old saddle for use ou a new wheel than to incur the discetufort of breaking in a now one. Arthur Ferris, of Utica, N. Y who mndean unsuccessful attempt last year to break hnoouur'a American 24-hour record. doing utiles, will try again iu the near future. tteorge F. Taylor, tbe erstwhile bricht star in the cycle racing firmament, una be coi'.io a Mi liter mm the employ of one maunlacturor Into that of another. Ue is no longer starred, but is nied as a pace maker. American ractnu men are convinced that tbe National Cyclists' union or Copland are dosirous of debarring American liders irom their cbampiouship events, since their refusal to Kraut a liceuse to young Nelsou, llie nDringtielu ridel. After Zimmonnsn had been defeated by Hunben, the Bnluiau champion, on July 1, his only comment was that be did uot win because be could uot ride fast enouirti. It wns one of these occasioual defeats, be said, which never enn be explained. His riding number in tue race wm i;i. Manv Cbicatto people who were indnced by the strike to ride their wheels to busi- ners are continuing the practice. Tliero is no doubt tbat the. number of daily riders would ureatly increase if there were ade- ouate wheel-storage and dressing rooms. bevernl ot tbe larger ouiue on IK! lugs now have rooms sot apart for the tie of cvolist office men, but such accommodations are few and crude. The French cycling papers, of whlcb there are abont tweuty in Paris, have beeo throwlnir mud stZimuisrmsn becnmte they do not understand him. He bas been too methodical and doliberate for thein in bis preparations to boat their cracks. This an tagonism tends to complicate matters for him, and Brotber-iii-law WcUermott bas his grip packed In New Jersey, anticipat ing a suuuen call across tbe sea, Eyspepsla and Indigestion In their worst forms are cured by the one or f. f. r. lr you are dominated and run down, or if you need a tonlo to regain flesh nnd lost appetite, strength and vigor, take P. P. P., and yon will be strong ana bealtby. For shattered constitutions and lout manhood P. P. P. (Prickly Asb, Fotc Hoot nud Potnxsinm) is tbe klnir of all medicines. P. P. P. is tbe greatest blood purifier in tns world, cor sale Dy .11 MOTHERSJNORRIED How Infant Death Rate May Decrease Cleanliness, Pare Air and Lac tated Food, The Only Sure Preventives of Cholera Infantum. Lactates Foofl Approaclies Nearest to , Breast Milk. Every One Knows What It Is Made of--No Secret in It. ' Don't feed a baby ou a secretly pro pared food. Don't taky nny chances of giving it a "trade" inli cln that is made no one knows. where nor by what pro cess. list lacta ted food uure. nnadulter- 4m Rted nourishing food. There is no secret about it. Lactnted food is manufactured under the per oiial supervision of Prof. Boynton, of Vormont University. An absolutely pure and reliable In fant food had been eagerly sought for years as a substitute for pure mother's milk. ' Luctnted fond solved the problem completely. It stands today preemi nent among all others. Infants fed npou it suffer less, and fewer die, it is now well known, thaa thoso fed upon anything else. It is nsed in the big charitable inititn lions for children. It has save 1 the lives of thousands of iufa.its during the hot, daugerous months of summer. It is indorsed by the best physicians, by nurses, and by happy, grateful mothers in every town and village in the land. tugar of milk, the bails of mother's milk, is tbe basis of lactated food. Witli it is combined pnre barley uialt, the finest wheat tflutsn, and the nota tions elements of the oat It is thor oughly cooked by high Bteatn heat, nnd a prc-dig:sted, nutritiou fool is made that fulfillls every reauiremetit of the growing child. It Is by far the sarost food that a child can take in tbe summer. It is a truo preventive of cholera infautum No hoiUH where there is an infant can afford to be without it. Lactated food saves babies' 11 vest Tbe following letter from Mrs. A. Wainlell, 09 Rowe street, Rochester, N. Y , a picture of whose pretty baby is given ubove, is one of scores that are received every woek from happy parents the country over: "Our baby weighed fonr piundj nt birth. When two months old she weighed but ek'tit pounds with her clothes on. The doctor said she was a very frail child. I commenced feed ing her a certain food when she was fourteen days old. but 6h did not gain strength as I knew she ought. When she was sven mouths old I changed to lactated food. She com menced to gain at once, and to rest welt at nunt. sue Has not been sick with bowel trouble oncj through her tenthiuir, and she was teething last summer. 1 consider lactated food has neen a great blessing to our little girl. It has made her healthy, strong, nnd the happiest two voar old child iu Rochester. Any otbor mother wisbtng to address one that lias used lactated food will be cheerfully answered at tny expense by addressing me." GENERAL SPORTING NOTES. Fines Pennsvlyaula's defeat nt the hands of Cornell In the race at Torresdale last mouth rumors hive been going th ronnds tbat (leorae V. Woodruff, tbe 'Varsity's coach for three years, intended to retire rom active service in Pennsylvania s row ing circles. At the lime it received little credence. Yesterday, however, ho Kave color to the story by stating that it was bis intention, irrenpoctive of the result ot me l nee, to retire I rom mi position, nis reason was a personal one, inability to curry ou the work of Iho two positions aud still retail bis place in bis law btudies. Tho Harvard football players and new candidates have opened the campaign al ready. Nenrly thirty men aro at New castle, N, Y.. in active practice. The team this year la in ( barge ot l nptniu t-.ininons, who thinks tbecbauges in the fpuno necessi tate n lnucor seHKou of study and practice. The men will remain at New Castle uutil July 23 Dm nig tbe last week of tbo stay two elevens will be liued up and regular games will begin. Ur the old players witn ( uul itin Kiumoiis nt New Castle are (4i av, WriRlilincoou mm tirewcr, tue lamous backs. "Bub" .Steveusoo, who failed by a haii'sbronuth to iimito the 'varsity eleven Inst i-ouson. is also on hand, aud is much heavier. Ho is expected to make n flue rusher this teason. Wreno, of tennis fame. is tbe raumdatn for qiiarlorbnck, tint lie has as rivals c!ever nieu In Uordon aud Foster. Tfce men ure trying for positions hs follows: I'.nUs r.mmous, vt bitioinoro, Hartwell, Rice, Moulten and Tilletsou; tackles Hallowell, Pioice, (Jonld, Mnr chieand Hovey: uliards Boi've, Warren. Thompson, Liviniyod and Tiffany; center Slmw, Hoatiueatid Faxon; quarterbacks Wreno. Borden nnd I'ostor; balthack Hitch, Ketcbam, L.d;hi8, dray, ft right oood iukI Cabot: fullbacksBrewer. Mc- Near and Raymond. At present Har vard's coacbeas are LnuisF. Doland and ex Center Hush VV. II. Lewia. Crosby, another brilliant conoher, Porter nnd ur. i onnnt win also instruct. The men uow al New Castle were seleclfd lor tbe spring quad, which practiced for several weeks at .isrvis neia. Ci.iri'KD from Canada Presbyterian, un der siunaluje of C. Blackelt Kobiuson, iiropi ietor: 1 was cured of oft-recurring bilious lieadacues oy uuruocx uioou isu- tirs. Lost. T riKT-A HOUIHAIUPIN WITH WHITE I J pi oni? Kindur will be suitably re warded by rturiuuif ine same 10 foionei b. H. lilpplo, Tinril national dsuk uiimnnp. Situations Wanted. VXANTKD-POSITION A CLKKK IN VV i -lot bier stor orrowrorcullei't.iiig ao- POtlatSRny pi-ieaor irus;, can ne wen reeom- ineiideti lor uny poinou. Auurusa .ionm m TAYBOK, Avocn, Pa. CJ ITU AT KIN WANTKD-BY A YOUNG 17 luarriud min ss teamster, or any dcsira- bin oiipiuyuiHiit. i.an or suitress a., Isll C'dnr avenue. C1TUATION WANTED BY A BTKoNG) k man - years old. UnuurstaiKls csro ol liors". and lea koimI pardnor. Address Frod, 0.1 vuerry siraet, noranion, ra. OITUATION WANTF.li-BY A YOUNQ lady who iionks Uermin and K.un lih In othcu or at l ooks preferred. Address ri. A. M., (lenm-alDelivprv. 1VANTKD-A WOMAN WANTS WORK V V by tho (lay. Address 8. M., Oil Maple IliP UlflL A Word. IPantt of all knd$ cott that miirA, ea rat Eituatinnm Uantrd.uihich an insert FliEML Amenta Wanted. $75(iu PEtt month, city oh country tuoonipotmit wide awake insnranca solic itors; well estHbhshi-d perniauent bnaimsi. Addles ur liiiuiri xeiviud Hour, HH laulc w inaavu.. Bi i.iiiiim. Pil Help Wanted Male. 1 1 ANT1CD-IP YOU A KG A CATHOLIC, - - uni-iiipatyeu un win wurit ot cio jkt week. wiIim i;i,.ihiiih1I Ilt-riM.. 11 I-'i-unkliti street, Huston, Jlnss. Help Wanted Females. WANTKU-A UOOD iSTOUT WOMAN for lutiiitlpnsr ulsii a irtMiil ervit Hnil bousepirls. Apiilytn MhS. (J. V. isCHL'I.LKH MAN, matron Pennsylvania Oral school, cor ner of .I'l1'trsoti nut Vjertrie uvenues. For Sale. Lv.'wwsys. 1 IOHT NEW l.l'.A THKli TOP BUUUY, li in iis but 0 weeks, lor Mali iliein: also arness, utc; oio-r bavin ( city. Inquire M Adams avenue, Sciautuu. ..V. RKTAlliHKocHH V HUS1NKK8 KOB8ALK doiiiff a prolltulile husiLiess. Best n-ason Biven. Aildi-.-ssnrcill no J O. ACKKKMAN. For Rent. fOB RKNT-hTOHB Ml I. At KA WANNA v. jiuiuiro or rir.iN Ki r .ii!., 4:'A Lackawanna Ave. Special Notices. 0 KFKT? OF THK SCKANTON KTIiEL v.oiiipauy. ine annual uiuetintr oi me stot'ldioldiiis of til ) above company for tbe ul..nti..., .. .11 Ill L. eli b i. ...Lij lti III L--.lll.-lll, mill Ull II. bill .1 Will U9 eld ut th) olilee of I lie c.ouipuuy in the city of k?l!lltOII (in Thni-uiUv. Ihrt Mitfnna riuv nf An. I-'" uto it next, ut 4 n'oiua'k p iu. No transfer of i k will be ninde lor twelve days next pre iiuf the dute of the above tnaetlnir. edi r,. r. iMiiM-Duni, cuerumry. c anton, Pa., July 17, IISH. slATO I.IVF.ltf'OOL, LONDON, Ul.A.S 'Jlv how, (Jueeii-town. Loudoaderrv and lielliist, ..n White biar Blue. J. A. BAK- 40N, agent. Priceb'frB. V-OU VANT '1111:4 KKLlC KKPKINT 1 rr.'lllk l.ls'ie's llliwtriiti'il Wei lilv Wnr llliistiatlnns lsll-IS!i.V Two Volumes Folio. H.-iO; payable uiouthlv. SiOU. Del vered bv express luinplete. prepaid. Address P. O. MOODY, KIKUib-on street, ft ranton. Pa. BANK il( KJK.S7 PAMPU LKTtt "m AHA iiines, etc., bound or rebound at Tub 'I'ltlBUNB olBco. Quick work. Keaaonuble liuwi MEAB 'IRKKTS CAN HE HAD AT 144, corner Spruce struet and l-'raiikltu ave une. Twenty moid tieketa lor $a.6a tiood table board. Public Sale. Will, OFrEK AT PI B. 10 SALE ON WediiPidav. .lulv Sii. 1S.I1. nt in o'elnek n. a., ou the preu.isjs, tiia leaseliold estate aud term of years cro -tod by lndi nture from 1 1. U. Hi-linonuiak-r to Arthur FrotbiiiuliHin and i.aura r rotniuuiiiiiii, o.iteil .lune lni, Ins. re corded iu Morliaite Hook No. SI. nauo i."J4. etc., M by refurunuo thereto bud will fullv appear, In lot No. 8 in Mipi irj or Block No. i. on w volutin avuiiUB. on wineti t in Frothluub mi Area lu" stood. Tim lot is 4n Uet wide nud liij fe-t deep to an alley. '.,-.,.., ...in i . .....,....; i.... ... i. . ma nui wnuiduuikii'ntii uii u.ir ui unio. CH AS. H. WELLES. July II, 1804. Propoaals. PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED AT i... ...v: .1.. kr .. . . i buu uiii w ui in- ni-w iikk nuu ocranion Coal eotnpunv, Pockvillr, Penna., uiilll July Z'i. ls'.it, for sinking an air shaft at the Ontario colliery, size luxio, m uio clear, and al.ont 170 fi-et deep from thu Hiirfwe to the Dunmore vein. ( iumiitiiii rHwrvM ruTlif fji ruim t .nn Vt i.i - - c - - - .v, -..J or nil bids. H. CHAPMAN, iMside Foreman. Incorporation. NOTICE IS HERKHY GIVEN THAT AN uppli -ation will boinado to tbeUovernur t lie State of I eniisvlvuiim. on Kridav. tli.i tenth day of Auitust A. D. INH, by W.A. Con nell, W.W.Van ivke, S. W. Roberts, Kan-Km l'ar eater and Horace E. Hand, under tie Act of Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, entitled "An act lo provide for I b iui orpoiatiun and regulation of rr- niti 101 peaall ns, ' unproved Aorll a'tli. 1I, una tho supplements thereto, for the -barter of nn intended c rpurstion to bu allod "Tbe Nay Aiw Shale P.nek Ooioiranv." ilio ibarai't'r and object of which U tbo ma u 11 1 in t ure in I sale ot building brick, pav inii lirick, tiles and other Hrticled made from clav. Hand, earth, rock HL'd niinorals.or eithi.p or ull of them, and for these uurpose. to nave anil possess aim enjoy an llie Hunts, beneiita and prlvileitJH of sal 1 aj:t of assem bly aud ita MippL-nients. jtssin'S diNU, solicitors. V-OT1CH IS HEREBY U1VEN THAN AN It aplilleatlou will be made to tn Gover nor of 1'enusvlvaiiin nn Friday, tbe third dav of AiiKiist, 1SII4, by Samuel P. Boyer, Georic i v. tjHrut-s. osipu ri. ijh ksou, u. b. .lonnson and H. M. Holes, uuder tho Act of Assembly entitled "An act to provl le for thu in corpoi-iition and rcvul itio'i of eei-tuln corpi-rattous" approved April -.Ull, 1S74, and the supplcmnnta thereto.for too charter of an inti-nded curpoialloii lo be called "Tbe Wy oming ( Ml Lonipuuy, tne cli'inieler uud ole M l or wnicii ib tne niiomi;. prodvctnic, sen ior and atoriuir of oil, and for t lese uui-ihisms to have, possea and enjoy all the rights, b'UelitH and privileges ol anoli act of assem bly and aiippluiuenls therein. Wll.LAKU, WAKKKN KNAPP, Hnllidtors. Legal. ? STAT F. OF DAVID P. THtiMlMTK .if (lib i.llu ,.f K,.,-iiiit.m n.,tii.lu V T .... I... wanna, Ht:it.j vt Penrisylvauia, dneeased. LetterN uf udministr,itHii upon the aliovo nsm d ostnto bavinit b-eli granted to the un Uoi sieiiod, all persons having ulainis or do niands imulnst the salit estate will present them for payment, and those indebted thereto win pieasj uiHKe iniiie'oiati) iitymeui lo iuuiuiwn I-. 1 1 1(1 ii in, AdnilidslratrlT, INK Church avouue, Scrauton, Pa. W. OAVI.0UI1 TliuMAs, Attorney. Rep.tbllcnn Bulldlnir. Bankrupt The balance of stock on hand will be sacri ficed without mercy to convert it at once into spot cash. Short lengths of Silks, Dress Goods and White Goods at any price to dispose of them. Now Is the Accepted Time- S GonnoIly& Walla : ( Ladies' Black Hosiery QUANTITY ioo dozen. QUALITY The best value that has ever come from a for eign shore. COLORDyed by "Hermsdorf." That's enough. ' PRICE 25c. A PAIR. Our own stamp. Our own import. Taffeta Moires 12c. per yard. Others advertise them as a bargain at 15 cents. COif 0LLY ft WALLACE Hotel Waverly Fnropnan Plan. First-class Bar sttsetieA Depot for Bvrgner ft hngnl'a Tanuhaiuaor Boer. U Col 15th aoi M hMi Host dealraWn for residents of N K. Ponrr; aylvania. AH ro.-iveulniicm lor travelei-i to and from Broad Htront atstlon aod the Twelfth and Market Street .tatiou. D tlrable for Tlr.ltiug Scrautonlans and peo tie iu tbe Antbractto HokIoo. T. J. VICTORY. PROPRIETOR. I Excitement Don't Delay. You Can't Afford to Waif. Xo let np. Big crowds at this genuine Fire Sale. Salesroom crowded all the time with oaer buyers. The jam of Hurgnin 8eekers was immense last week. This week we've increased our force of salespeople. There will be no crowding now. Tho Chance of a Lifetime to Get Fine Clothing for Next to Nothing. The goods were damaged by water only from the recent explosion and firo iu the store of our neigh bors, Messrs. Davits & Griftin. Tiiere is no smell of smoke or fire about them. SALE IWW COmQ Qm And Goods Sold at 33 Cents on the Dollar Less Than Cost to Make. Three Dollars worth of Clothing for $1 in money. That's what you get at OUR FIUE SALE. Every purchase a bargain and an actual savjug of 07c. on the dollar. BOYS' PAHTS, 13c. SIGN OF THE t-XHXT DOOU TO THE BURNED DA VIES & GRIFFIN BUILDING. OF THE GREAT ' FOSTER & 209 . .WARNING. We har lately had Feather lird and Pillow brought to ut by strangtr who wished to dispose of the same and from whote actions ve believed the feathers didn't belong to them. W will have no dealings with inch parties. We wish to caution people against giving into the hands of strang ers who claim to represent us, any Feathers, Carpets, eto , which they wish rr.novated. Any of our agents can eusily identify themselves, or if rny one who wishes work done in our tine, will drop us a card or call ut our factory, we will promptly attend to their scants and will en deavor to merit the confidence of everybody. THE SCK.VATOX BEODISO CO., 6V2 and box Lacka. Ate., Cor. Adam. WHY NOT See our FIFTEEN DOLLAE Solid Oak Bedroom Sett Wc sell Furniture as cheap as any house in the country that in tends to give honest value for the money. Try us. Mull Co. 205 AUD 207 230 Lackawanna Avenue. Extra ordinary MEN'S PANTS, 50c. BELL. BELL CLOTHING 230 LACKAWANNA AVENUE. IER Sl CO. Sale WASHINGTON AVE 0pp. Court House. , WYCMiKG AVE. sasj I It Costs Nothing to Look. Polite Attention to Everybody, BOYS' SUITS, 65c. n four Watch Lies if it docs not tell tho timo cor rectly. AVe guarantee our Watohes to be TRUE TIME KEEPERS and nDhold them as such accord -ing to the terms of our building warranty. DUHONDSARB TRUMPS as a speculation these days. Ilavo you seen tho heavy tariff tho Wilson bill imposes on thomt Their rise in value is as certain as the shining of the sun in tho daytime. ..v,,.;.. FREEMAN, Ee-Jar for Cash In WatcB, BiuacndJ, BilTerwr, to., Cor.Fenn ybl anl Sprnca St. ' Ladles Who Valuo I A refined oomptexlon matt am PononCt I der. It prodncet aoft and borotlfnl akla. I I ror"-Reudlug, 8; Harrisbnrg, 1, Bat- druggists. street, Dcruuion, ra. 316 AND 318 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.